They Both Have A Great Library Of Characters
This is basic information obviously, but there always tends to be a debate as to who the better hero is. Whether it's Batman or Captain America, Spidey or Robin the list goes on. A great example is to how a majority of people despise Superman because he's "overpowered", being illogical and not giving specifics as to why that seems to be an issue. The point is, both sides have very similar characters, down to powers, personality etc., and I don't think there's that much of a medium between the two. Since I haven't read every comic book under the sun, I may be wrong, I'm just going by the valid knowledge I have stored as a reader over the years.
Both Profitable In Media
Superheroes on film have been a huge sucess on the big screen, and have made an impact on moviegoers and fans alike. Unfortunately this is where things seem to spiral out of control. Obviously both Marvel/Disney and Warner Brothers have had their share of great films that shattered the box office, from Marvel's The Avengers, Iron Man 3 and Captain America: The Winter Soldier to The Dark Knight Trilogy and Man of Steel. Not to mention a couple of duds like Green Lantern, Batman & Robin and X-Men Origins Wolverine to name a few. Every time I stumble upon a forum or blog, there's a huge argument as to which movie franchise reigns surpreme, and if you strongly disagree you'll either be verbally insulted, or threatened to the point where you are not allowed to express your own opinion, which is inconceivable to me.
The Marvel vs. DC Debate Shall Be Put To Rest
All in all, it's become tedious and plain discouraging to see fellow fans bicker at one another, simply because they prefer one brand over the other. I mean, does it really matter? Can't we all just take a deep breath, and fully appreciate the fact that these characters exist? I for one enjoy both companies respectively, although I don't agree with all their creative decisions, I never was the one to choose sides, and I don't see the point of doing so.